Tall Clocks Aaron Willard of Roxbury, Massachusetts. An unsigned cherry case. New England origin. John Bailey II of Hanover, Massachusetts John McNiesh of New York City, New York Luther Smith of Keene, New Hampshire Nathaniel Mulliken (1722 -1777) Lexington, Massachusetts. Samuel Abbott of Dover, New Hampshire. Simon Willard of Roxbury, Massachusetts Thomas Trout (Bond Street) London. William Cummens of Roxbury, Massachusetts. William Hanson of Windsor, England A country case tall clock of New Hampshire origin A country case tall clock of New Hampshire origin A Federal Cherrywood Tall Case Clock of Pennsylvania origin. A Federal Mahogany Tall Case Clock of Pennsylvania origin. Possibly Luzerne county A fine inlaid mahogany tall clock of Massachusetts origin A fine mahogany case tall clock of Coastal Northern New England origin A maple case tall clock of Concord, New Hampshire A New England tall case clock in blue paint. A wonderful inlaid birch case tall clock of Central New Hampshire origin. Aaron Willard Jr. of Boston, Massachusetts Aaron Willard Jr., of Boston, Massachusetts. This is a labeled case. Aaron Willard of Boston, Massachusetts Aaron Willard of Boston, Massachusetts. Aaron Willard of Boston, Massachusetts. A labeled case with a rocking ship dial. Abel Hutchins of Concord, New Hampshire Abel Stowell of Worcester, Massachusetts. Albany region of New York. An unsigned tall case clock. An unsigned American tall case clock made in or near Flemington, New Jersey An unsigned birch case of New England origin An unsigned birch case of New England origin. Berwick, Maine An unsigned inlaid mahogany tall case clock of Scottish origin An unsigned mahogany cross banded cherry case tall case clock of New England origin. An unsigned maple case of New Hampshire origin An unsigned New Hampshire tall case clock. Concord origin Attributed to Lord & Goddard of Rutland, Vermont Barton Stillman No. 4. 1814 of Westerly, Rhode Island. Benjamin Whitear of Fairfield, Connecticut Caleb Wheaton of Providence, RI. A very tall tall case clock Cornelius Miller of Elizabeth Town, New Jersey Daniel Burnap of East Windsor, Connecticut David Norrie of Leith, Scotland David Williams of Newport, Rhode Island. David Wood of Newburyport, Massachusetts David Wood of Newburyport, Massachusetts. David Wood of Newburyport, Massachusetts. A diminutive size David Young labeled case. Hopkinton, New Hampshire Dwarf tall clock. Bench made. Eardley Norton of London England. A musical tall clock. Ephraim Willard of Boston Massachusetts Ezra Batchelder of Danvers, Massachusetts Gawen Brown of Boston, Massachusetts. George Monks (II) & Son of Prescott, England Grafton, Massachusetts area Tall case clock. Unsigned. Jacob Hostetter of Hanover, Pennsylvania (York County) Jacob Jones of Pittsfield, New Hampshire Jacob Morse of Westfield, Massachusetts James C. Cole of Rochester, New Hampshire Jan Heyer, Amsterdam. An automated tall case clock. John Bailey Jr. of Hanover, Massachusetts John Kennard of Newfields, New Hampshire. John McCall of DalKeith, Midlothian, Scotland. John Wood of Grantham, UK. Joseph Loring of Sterling, Massachusetts. Kennedy Miller of Elizabeth Town, New Jersey Working Massachusetts origin Morbier tall case clock of French origin Moses Wing of Windsor, Connecticut Nathaniel Edwards Jr., of Acton, Massachusetts New England origin. An inlaid cherry case tall clock. Unsigned Newport, Rhode Island's most famous Clockmaker William Claggett. Paul Rogers & Son (Abner) of Berwick, Maine Reuben Elsnorth (Ellsworth) of Windsor, Connecticut Richard Cofsins (Coffins) Crewkerne, England. Scottish Origin. Tall case clock. Simon Willard of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Stephen Hasham of Charlestown, Hew Hampshire Thomas Joyce of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Timothy Chandler of Concord, New Hampshire circa 1805. This clock is signed on the seat board with a die-stamp. Unsigned tall case clock of New Hampshire origin. William Crawford of Oakham, Massachusetts. William Cummens of Roxbury, Massachusetts. William Cummens of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Spencer Nolen Dial number 17. Automated rocking ship dial. William L. Gilbert, "Regulator No. 12, Standing."